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  • Titans' Harold Landry: Remains pass-rushing force

    Landry recorded 69 total tackles (45 solo) and 10.5 sacks across 17 games with the Titans in 2023. Landry saw his snap total drop for the third consecutive season, but that didn't change his ability to get after the quarterback. He reached double-digit sacks for the second consecutive campaign, highlighted by two- and three-sack efforts in Weeks 8 and 14, respectively. Landry remains under contract with the team through 2026, though the Titans may look to get out of the remaining $35 million on his contract by taking on roughly $19.6 million in dead cap across the next two years by cutting him this offseason.
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  • Titans' Harold Landry: Logs another sack in loss

    Landry finished Sunday's 26-3 loss to the Texans with five tackles (three solo), including one sack. Landry got to C.J. Stroud early in the fourth quarter for a 12-yard loss, but the game was out of reach for the Titans by that point. Landry has bounced back nicely since missing the 2022 season with a torn ACL. He's up to 69 tackles (45 solo), including 10.5 sacks, over 16 games. Landry is six tackles and 1.5 sacks away from matching his career highs he set in those categories in 2021.
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  • Titans' Harold Landry: Notches sack in loss

    Landry finished Sunday's Week 16 loss to the Seahawks with four tackles (three solo), including one sack. Landry brought down Geno Smith in the fourth quarter to give him 9.5 sacks on the season. Of those, 4.5 have come over his past four games, which includes a three-sack performance Week 14 versus Miami. Landry needs 2.5 sacks over the Titans' final two games to match the career-high mark he established last season.
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  • Titans' Harold Landry: Pair of sacks against Atlanta

    Landry recorded six tackles and two sacks in Sunday's 28-23 win over the Falcons. Landry tallied at least one sack for the second consecutive game, bringing his total on the campaign to four. His first sack of the contest was particularly impactful, as he took down Desmond Ridder on a third-and-goal play late in the first quarter. Overall, Landry has had a slow start to the season but has at least four tackles in each of the last three weeks.
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  • Titans' Harold Landry: Avoids PUP list to open camp

    The Titans are not placing Landry (knee - ACL) on the PUP list to begin training camp, Jim Wyatt of the team's official site reports. Landry is recovering from a torn ACL sustained Sept. 1 last year. He missed OTAs, but coach Mike Vrabel said Tuesday "it looks like [Landry's] ready to go" for training camp. Vrabel also hinted that Tennessee could take a cautious approach to Landry's involvement, because he's experienced enough to "just need some individual work, some third-down work." As long as he can avoid any setbacks and keep progressing in the right direction, Landry could have a chance of being available for the Titans in Week 1.
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  • Titans' Harold Landry: Not present Tuesday at OTAs

    Landry (knee) wasn't present Tuesday at OTAs, Turron Davenport of ESPN.com reports. Landry continues to rehab from a season-ending ACL injury he suffered ahead of the 2022 campaign, and his return timeline remains unclear. Defensive coordinator Shane Bowen said Landry has been around the team this offseason and present for meetings after leaving the team to recover from surgery last year, per Paul Kuharsky of PaulKuharsky.com. The 2018 second-round pick had a career-high 12 sacks across 17 games during the 2021 season and will presumably provide a huge boost to the Titans' defense whenever he's cleared to suit up.
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  • Titans' Harold Landry: Suffers season-ending injury

    Landry (knee) suffered a torn ACL during Wednesday's practice, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. The Titans haven't yet commented on Landry's status, so some confirmatory tests might yet remain, but it appears that the team's defense has suffered a brutal injury just 10 days before Sept. 11's season-opener against the Giants. Landry is coming off a 12-sack season in which he was selected to his first Pro Bowl, and he signed a a five-year, $87.5 million contract extension with Tennessee this offseason.
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  • Titans' Harold Landry: Not on injury report

    Landry (hamstring) is absent from the Titans' injury report ahead of Sunday's matchup with the Saints, Turron Davenport of ESPN.com reports. Landry returned to practice in limited fashion Friday after being a non-participant the prior two days. That was apparently enough to get him the green light for Week 10, as he does not have any injury designation. Look for him to take on his usual workload, assuming he avoids any setbacks.
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  • Titans' Harold Landry: Misses practice Wednesday

    Landry (hamstring) was unable to practice for the Titans on Wednesday. Landry suffered his hamstring injury at some point over the last week and the severity of the injury is uncertain. Expect the outside linebacker to see a large role if he is able to suit up against the Saints in Week 10.
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  • Titans' Harold Landry: Leads way in tackles

    Landry recorded seven tackles in Sunday's Week 2 win over the Seahawks. Landry was on the field for 94 percent of the team's defensive snaps and also saw a few plays on special teams. He led the team in tackles, though a trio of players tallied six stops. Landry has gotten off to a strong start this season, logging 10 tackles and a sack through two contests.
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  • Titans' Harold Landry: Paces Titans in sacks

    Landry recorded 69 tackles, 5.5 sacks, 10.5 tackles for loss, five passes defensed and one interception across 16 games in the 2020 regular season. Though the Titans' pass rush struggled for much of the season, Landry led the team with his 5.5 sacks. That was down from his 2019 total, though he also managed to make a bigger impact in coverage than in prior seasons. Landry will be entering the final year of his rookie contract for the 2021 season and should be one of the team's best pass rushers once again.
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  • Titans' Harold Landry: Impressive effort in win

    Landry posted four tackles (three solo), a sack and a pass breakup in Sunday's 24-17 win over the Bears. Landry was excellent in the pass-rushing department last year, but his numbers have been mediocre this season. He's recorded just 2.5 sacks through eight games compared to nine sacks last season. However, fantasy managers have gotten a chunk of that back due to Landry's work in coverage, where he's produced five pass breakups.
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  • Titans' Harold Landry: Only two tackles

    Landry recorded two tackles in the team's Week 17 victory over the Texans. Landry didn't impress in the team's regular-season finale. However, that wasn't the case across the entirety of the campaign, as his nine sacks doubled the output of his rookie season. Used predominantly as a pass-rush specialist in his first pro season, Landry also showed a more diverse skill set, recovering two fumbles while also picking off his first pass. Landry will look to take another step forward during his third season in 2020.
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  • Titans' Harold Landry: Minimal impact in loss

    Landry recorded one solo tackle during Sunday's 38-28 loss to the Saints. Landry had his least productive outing of the season Week 16, and he's now been held without a sack in three straight contests. The second-year pro will look to return to the sack column during Week 17's must-win divisional contest against the Texans.
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  • Titans' Harold Landry: Notches third consecutive sack

    Landry made three tackles (one solo) and a sack in Sunday's home win over Kansas City. Landry is now up to seven sacks this campaign, and got into the backfield for the third straight game. The 23-year-old is enjoying a great season thus far, racking up 47 tackles, seven sacks, one interception and one forced fumble. Landry will look for his eighth sack of the season following the team's bye week against the Jaguars in Week 12.
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  • Titans' Harold Landry: Drops QB twice

    Landry made four tackles (three solo) and two sacks in Sunday's 24-10 win over the Falcons. Landry is carving out a role as a pass-rusher with three sacks through four games, and he's already approaching last year's 4.5 mark. The second-year pro is instrumental to the Titans' defense, so he'll look to maintain this fire in Week 5's game versus the Bills, who may be without Josh Allen (concussion).
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  • Titans' Harold Landry: Records first sack of season

    Landry recorded six tackles (four solo), one sack and one fumble recovery in a Week 2 loss to the Colts. Landry started his second game of the season after starting only three games total his rookie year. The Titans will hope that his expanded role on defense leads to a higher sack total, as the second-year edge defender is already over one-fifth of the way to his 2018 count of 4.5. Up next is a matchup with Gardner Minshew and the Jaguars in Week 3.
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  • Titans' Harold Landry: Records first career sack

    Landry recorded four tackles, a sack, forced fumble and a tackle for loss Week 4 against the Eagles. Landry had an impactful first career sack, stripping Carson Wentz of the ball early in the fourth quarter. That led to a Titans field goal and served as an important turning point in the team's Week 4 victory. Landry hasn't been on the field frequently -- he had just 27 and 35 snaps in Weeks 2 and 3 respectively -- but has shown the ability to get to the quarterback even in limited opportunity.
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  • Titans' Harold Landry: Still nursing ankle injury

    Landry was a non-participant in Sunday's practice. Landry was held out of the Titans' season opener due to his ankle injury, and has yet to practice in full since spraining his ankle in the team's third preseason game. The 2018 second-rounder seems likely to sit out Tennessee's matchup against the Texans on Sunday.
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